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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1904, Part I
([1904])

Index,   pp. 705-716 PDF (5.6 MB)


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INDEX. 
F.                  Page. 
Faber, John, may sell land ..................  487 
Fair, agricultural ...........................  384 
School ..................................  394 
Farmers meetings ........................ 317,319 
Farming: 
At Chilocco school .....................   449 
By Indians, statistics ................. 616-630 
Crops raised at schools..................397 
Experiment work at Crow School ......      227 
Pueblo customs .........................   261 
Teaching ............................. 395,462 
Farwell, Kit Carson, et al., patents in fee... 487 
Fence building ........................... 226,330 
Field matron: 
Excellent work .........................   139 
Reports .......................... 135,140,148, 
159,241,247,265,275,346,355,384 
Fiestas, debauchery at ......................  167 
Fires. (See Buildings burned.) 
Fish. reservoii stocked with ................  281 
Five" Civilized Tribes: 
Citizenship ..............................116 
Clerk to sign dleeds .....................  465 
Commission- 
Appropriation for expenses ........    476 
To terminate July 1,1905 ...........   476 
Placing allottees in possession of allot- 
ments ................................   195 
Removal restrictions on alienating al- 
lotments............................102,476 
Receipts and disbursements-.........185,193 
Town sites .............................   110 
(See aiso Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choc- 
taw, Creek, Indian Territory, and 
Seminole.) 
Flandreau Sioux: 
Capitalization of funds .................  475 
Report of school .....................326,432 
Statistics ............ I ................ 610,626 
Flathead: 
Allotting and opening reservation .....    496 
Report agent.......................229 
School report'W.'A. Root".............. 230 
Statistics concerning ................. 600,620 
Flax, cultivation  of .  .    .    ..-------------------- 268 
Fletcher, Alice C., on naming Indians .....    424 
Flinn, John, report Chamberlain School, 
South Dakota ...........................     453 
Fond du Lac Chippewa: 
Payment for supplies furnished ........    .479 
Report agent ...........................   371 
Forest fires...... r-..........................133 
Forest Reserve, patrolled....-............... 315 
Fort Apache Agency, Ariz., report superin- 
tendent in charge ........................   132 
Fort Belknap Agency, Mont.: 
Report superintendent in charge ......     231 
School..................................430 
Fort Berthold Agency, N. Dak.: 
Report agent ...........................   272 
Schools ............................... 273,430 
Fort Bidwell School, California-...... 156,316,433 
Fort Hall Agency, Idaho: 
Report superintendent in charge ......     175 
Sale lands near Pocatello.............472 
School, report Hosea Locke .............   177 
Fort Lapwai School, Idaho, report superin- 
tendent in charge ........................   180 
Fort Lewis School, Colorado..............431,440 
Fort McDermitt Reservation ...............     246 
Fort Mohave School, Arizona...........136,434 
Fort Peck Agency, Mont., report superin- 
tendent in charge ........................   232 
Fort Shaw School, Montana ................     447 
Fort Sill School, Oklahoma: 
opening lands reserved for .............   523 
Report Superintendent Haddon ........      295 
Fort Spokane School, Washington ....... 350,351 
Fort Totten School, North Dakota: 
Institute ................................  416 
Report Superintendent Davis ..........     270 
Fort Yuma School, Arizona .............. 158,434 
Francis, Mary S., report St. Elizabeths 
School    .............................      282 
Frantz, Frank, report Osage Agency, Okla..     296 
Freeman, Shepard, report       Green    Bay 
Agency, Wis ..........................      368 
Freighting by Indians.................. 617-631 
Page 
Frissell, Ii. B., report Hampton Institute, 
Virginia-.................................460 
Fruit: 
Preserving ........................ 276,437 
Raising...........................      445 
Funds: 
Capitalization of........................  475 
Liabilities to Indian tribes .............  540 
Tribal, division.....................297,302 
Trust, transactions in ..................  535 
G. 
Gambling, civil authorities help to sup- 
press ......................................  293 
Gardens: 
Class...................,       ....237,295 
Class room teaching about...........    395 
Day schools ....................... 333,393,397 
Help in teaching English ..............  395 
Individual ............... 228,229,231,311,332 
Individual, not practicable ............  220 
Gas and oil: 
Leases, Osage Reservation .............  298 
Pipes through Indian lands ........... 88,470 
Gates, Oliver H., report Vermillion Lake 
School ...................................  447 
Genoa School, Nebraska .................. 432,448 
Georgetown Indians: 
Report superintendent in charge ......   354 
Statistics concerning ................. 612,628 
45oodman, C. W., report Phoenix School, 
Arizona ..................................  345 
Gifford, Oscar S., report Indian Insane Asy- 
lum, Canton, S. Dak-.....................343 
Graham, Douglas D., report ZufU School, 
N.Mex ....................................  263 
Grande Ronde: 
Agreement ratified ...................... 3,518 
Report superintendent in charge ......-  310 
School ..................................  432 
Grand Junction School, Colorado: 
Land and water for-................... 567 
Report superintendent .................  446 
Grand Portage Chippewa, report agent .....   371 
Grand River School, report superintend- 
ent ............  .................278,281 
Gray Nuns School, report superintendent..    271 
Grazing permits, Fort Peck Reservation ...   233 
Great Nemaha Day School..................214 
Green Bay Agency, Wis., report superin- 
tendent in charge ........................  368 
Greenville School, California, report super- 
intendent ...............................  438 
Greer County, payment to Texas for ex- 
pense of governing .......................  512 
Grist, George 0., farmer for Digger Indians, 
report ....................................  155 
Gros Ventres: 
Reports superintendents in charge... 232,272 
Statistics concerning ......... 602,606,620,624 
Guadenhutten, lots quitelaimed to .........  472 
Guardians: 
Of orphans ..............................  285 
Pay R. I. Rea for appointing...........  477 
Gypsum plaster on allotments..............   283 
H. 
Haddon, J. W., report Fort Sill School .....  295 
Hall, Capt. C. G., report Uintah and Ouray 
Agency, Utah ...........................  347 
Hall, Harwood, report Riverside School, 
California...............................  436 
Hall, J,. Tho., report of Grand River School.  281 
Hampton Institute, Virginia............390,460 
Record of returned students ............  400 
Harjo, Tulsa, sale surplus lands-............ 483 
Harris, De Witt S., report Pipestone School, 
Minnesota ..............................  445 
Harrison, Dr. W. H., report as physician ... .335 
Hart, Jos. C., report Oneida School, Wis- 
consin  ....................................  378 
Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans... 388,1399,442 
Purchase additional land ...............  570 
Hatch, Ira A. report Cheyenne River 
Agency, S. Dair......................    31 
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